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A 30-year-old member asked:

my 1 year old baby has some mucus and blood in her stool. what can this be?

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Dr. Nela Cordero
Pediatrics 54 years experience
RECTAL BLEEDING: Rectal bleeding among the very young can be anal fissure, polyp, meckels diverticulum or infectious colitis. If persistent, get a GI spicialist. There are other causes not mentioned depending on examination.

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My baby is a boy, 2 years and 11 months I did a complete blood picture and he has 10.6 haemoglobin is that value anaemic?And is it dangerous? And how can it b treated

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It is low...: Have your doctor explain the results so you can understand what the plan will be. Most likely it is an anemia due to iron deficiency, but need to rule out genetic reasons like thalassemias. Treatment is via iron supplements or foods rich in iron like green leafy vegetables, meats, beans and iron enriched cereals. Egg yolks are also a good source.

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